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New CEO and Leadership Team at T&S Brass

Claude Theisen

Eva-Marie Fox

Ken Gallagher

Zachary Theisen

After spending 50 years with T&S Brass and Bronze Works, Claude Theisen has been chosen to lead the FEDA manufacturer member as chairman and CEO. The company commended Theisen’s dedication and visionary leadership over the years, and his ability to guide the organization to a solid presence on the world stage.

Alongside Theisen’s promotion, the foodservice and plumbing products manufacturer announced several other updates to its leadership team. The first is the promotion of Eva-Marie Fox to the position of president and COO. With more than 30 years of dedicated service at T&S Brass, Fox has transitioned through various roles and responsibilities, including vice president of marketing. She is actively engaged in the manufacturing industry and currently serves as president-elect for the North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers (NAFEM).

“I have full confidence in Eva-Marie’s ability to lead our operations with vision and integrity,” Theisen said.

Ken Gallagher, a seasoned veteran with T&S Brass since 2000, has expanded his role to become the global vice president of sales and marketing. Theisen acknowledged the milestone by stating, “Ken is undeniably a driving force in our industry, showcasing unwavering dedication and expertise in every endeavor. His promotion is well-deserved.”

Furthermore, Zachary Theisen, who has been with the company for more than 12 years, has assumed the role of vice president of plumbing sales. The company said the move solidified his dedication and proven track record leading the plumbing sales team to success.

“With these changes and the rest of the dynamic leadership team in place, T&S Brass is poised to continue thriving and achieving new milestones of excellence,” Claude Theisen said. “I’d like to congratulate these individuals on their new roles and offer them full support as we embark on this exciting chapter together.”

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